Quarterly Economic Monitor – Reference quarter September 2019

Your economic development strategy is likely to contain key performance indicators against which you will measure the future performance of your region’s economy. The QEM will help you monitor the progress of your economy against these indicators. The ranking infographic included in the web framework shows which indicators your region ranks highly in and which it ranks poorly in.
Decision makers in local government require accurate and easily understood economic information about your district or region to help you plan for regional economic growth. The Quarterly Economic Monitor enables you to keep your finger on the economic pulse of your local area.

Presentation of Infometrics Forecasts – November 2019

Gareth Kiernan will be travelling around the country at the beginning of November 2019 to present his views on the Infometrics building and transport forecasts to clients and other interested parties. Please contact us for more information or to book a visit/seminar at your office or venue of your choosing.

Building & Property Forecasts – October 2019

Infometrics building forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the construction sector. Our suite of web-based products give you a greater depth of information and a fresh look that brings the data to life.

Transport Forecasts – October 2019

Infometrics transport forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the transport sector. Our economists help businesses and public organisations understand how key trends in economic, financial, and industry-specific indicators are shaping the risks and opportunities afforded to organisations operating in the broader transport sector.

Quarterly Economic Monitor – Reference quarter June 2019

Your economic development strategy is likely to contain key performance indicators against which you will measure the future performance of your region’s economy. The QEM will help you monitor the progress of your economy against these indicators. The ranking infographic included in the web framework shows which indicators your region ranks highly in and which it ranks poorly in.
Decision makers in local government require accurate and easily understood economic information about your district or region to help you plan for regional economic growth. The Quarterly Economic Monitor enables you to keep your finger on the economic pulse of your local area.

Presentation of Infometrics Forecasts – July 2019

Gareth Kiernan will be travelling around the country in mid August 2019 to present his views on the Infometrics building and transport forecasts to clients and other interested parties. Please contact us for more information or to book a visit/seminar at your office or venue of your choosing.

Building & Property Forecasts – July 2019

Infometrics building forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the construction sector. Our suite of web-based products give you a greater depth of information and a fresh look that brings the data to life.

Transport Forecasts – July 2019

Infometrics transport forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the transport sector. Our economists help businesses and public organisations understand how key trends in economic, financial, and industry-specific indicators are shaping the risks and opportunities afforded to organisations operating in the broader transport sector.

Improving Māori wellbeing

Lifting the skills and opportunities available for Māori has been one of the key priority areas of the government’s Wellbeing Budget. Plenty has been written about the socio-economic, health and other challenges facing Māori over the past couple of decades, yet many of these interrelated issues remain.

Finding workers to build Dunedin’s hospital

Dunedin is finally getting new hospital, much to the relief of locals! Current estimates put the cost of the new hospital at $1.4bn, with construction scheduled to take place over a six-year period from August 2020 to mid-2026. It will be the largest project in the area in living memory and will require different approaches to get the right mix of workers. In this article we draw on our construction sector and local labour market to examine the opportunities and challenges in store for Dunedin.